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own. joining me now from charlotte to analyze bernard whitman a former pollster for president bill clinton and the author of the new book "52 reasons to vote for obama." let's talk about if this in fact is what team obama is reduced to. they can't run on their own economy so they are essentially saying pay no attention to the obama economy, but check out the clinton economy from 20 years ago. is that about right? >> monica, no surprise. i completely disagree with you. we don't hide from our presidents, we showcase them there is a reason for that the fact is bill clinton in addition to remaining incredibly popular both men and women, whites, people of color, across all age groups, a lot of the republicans, a lot of independents, a lot of moderates like him a lot. they liked his economic record which created 26 million jobs and they understood that bill clinton's vision of shared prosperity is the same vision that barack obama has which is why barack obama is trying to get back to the clinton economic policies, including that of fair tax rates where everybody contributes their fair s
and it will be third down and goal. >> cris: you're starting to see some attacking off the edge now. that time bernard pollard came around the edge and they simply didn't account for him. now a big moment in the ball game. the ravens defense really need to make a play. they were coming again. they are going to stay with it, looks like. >> al: they do and brady throws and it's caught on the outside and welker at the 2 yard line but at least they will hold them to a field goal attempt. it will still make it a two-possession lead as gostkowski comes in. >> cris: what a great play on the outside but you'll see everybody coming here but lardarius webb who was really faked out on the play by wes welker just ran him down and prevented the touchdown. at least held this thing to three. big play. i tell you, you put on the tape for just a few minutes and lardarius webb just sticks out. >> al: stephen gostkowski with a 20-yard field goal attempt. the chip shot is good. quarter, pats up by nine in baltimore. . that's why we serve only fresh 100% north american beef delivered to our restaurants all week long. and
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in the hardest hit areas. reporter efrem graham was there, too. >> reporter: a flood wall separates st. bernards parish from plaquemines parish. flood waters are higher than most homes. >> we were supposed to be moving in next month. might be a delay now. >> becky and husband have spent years fixing one of the homes. >> believe it or not there was less water during katrina than now. >> i am standing on top of a levee eight to nine feet. there is a breach in that levee right here. it runs six to seven feet deep. >> the levee authority caused the breach to drain the water and eventually open the flood wall, still workers estimate it will be another two weeks for the water to recede. they take comfort as a caravan of e relief. >> most of us devote christians, it helps. >> jodie and team from operation blessing were here seven years ago when katrina hit. it was her first day on the job. >> when i saw the boats floating, they can't take this again. my heart goes out to them. if there is anything i would ask people to do, pray for them. >> disaster response begins with a hot meal. katherine white and
present. chiu present. chu present. cohen present. els bernard present. farrell present. kim absent. mar absent. olague present. wiener present. mr. president, you have a quorum. >> president chiu: thank you. ladies and gentlemen, could you please join me in the pledge of allegiance. >> (reciting the pledge of allegiance. allegiance). >> president chiu: colleagues, we have board meeting minutes from july 10, july 17, and july 24 of this year. could i have a motion to approve those minutes? motion by supervisor campos, seconded by supervisor cohen. they're approved. do we have communications in. >> the clerk: yes. pursuant to charter 14.102 and california election, we are in receipt of a communication from john arts, director of the department of elections dated august 1, 2012. a petition of referendum against ordinance no. 10412, the eighth washington street project, the zoning map amendment has been certified by department of elections. due to the summer recess i have communicated this information and also agendized the ordinance for today's meeting. item 22 is the public hearing on the
that, as supervisor else bernard said the positives outweigh the negatives. i want to highlight significant benefits from this applican proe are seeing the highest inclusionary fee in san francisco and i think that's important to mention. this is money that could potentially go to another waterfront parcel that could be dedicated towards affordable housing. i think that we have talke talka lot about who this waterfront is for and i agree with the water mark and potentially with the washington project we've approved two luxury developments on the waterfront and i'm excited that the port is moving forward with a parcel on seawall lot 22-1 that can be dedicated toward affordable housing also for the city. unfortunately for us to get funding to move these projects forward we often depend on market rate developments in san francisco. we saw it with the millennium, with the water mark, with st. regis, all passed with a super majority vote of the board of supervisors. i think with the calculations that were made with this project, we found that we were able to raise significant benefit
. supervisor else bernard. >> supervisor elsbernd: i would like to address this issue of the number of signatures changing our minds, a little experience in that regard. i remind you two years ago i appreciate the 31,000, i remember two years and two months ago i showed up at the department of elections with 79,000 signatures opinion admittedly i had six weeks to collect them not 29 days but 79,000 signatures and did something that had not been done in generations. no one had done that in well over 30 years as well as i could do my research. i recall with many of you sitting here making the exact same argument to you. you voted against it but then 80,000 citizens up and said they wanted to support the muni measure. and i also remember showing you polls that showed a poll 2-1. i remember many of you telling me sorry, i still can't support it. i learned a lesson. number of signatures don't necessarily move the dial. maybe some people's positions have changed and you want to use that argument today even though you rejected it two years ago, i suggest we leave that argument off the tabl
strategist bernard whitman. i'm going to get to both of you in just a moment. i want to play a little more of those comments made by romney at that private fund-raiser. this was surreptitiously recorded specifically about the 47% group. have a listen. >> my job is not to worry about those people. i'll never convince them they should take personal responsibility and care for their lives. >> all right, margaret hoover, i want to start with you. my job is not to be concerned about w that group. sounds reminiscent of something he said in february to soledad o'brien. i'm not concerned about poor people he said he wasn't concerned that he thought he would fix anything wrong with the social safety net, but this has got to be troublesome. how troublesome is it? he did host a very late-night news conference. >> right. well, it's troublesome in that it's an inartful tic he has, where he says i don't have to worry about that and refocus on what he is going to focus on. i went back and watched that clip. again, as you said, surreptitious video at the end of the day, closed door, the guard is down. he'
on earth? >>> also, the world's great historian of the middle east, bernard lewis, on the past and future on that part of the world. >>> but first, here's my take. so i thought i would take a step away from politics, the conventions and the campaigns and look around the world. you know, the other 95% of humanity. i wanted to focus in on a story that does not get enough attention -- africa. the imf says that six of the ten fastest growing economies in 2012 are in africa. over the past decade, according to the african development bank, the number of middle-class consumers in africa, those who spend between $2 and $20 a day, has expanded 60% to 313 million. that's about the same size as the middle classes in china and india. health is improving as well. according to the world bank, one key indicator, the death rate of children under 5, is dropping dramatically. over 5% a year in ten sub-saharan countries and over 8% in kenya, rwanda, and senegal. there are even bright spots in the reduction of graph and corruption. ghana, south africa, namibia, rwanda, and botswana each has less corruption,
and get adopted. >> the spca tells me 22 cats and seven dogs from st. bernard parish in louisiana have been rescued and brought here to houston. an additional 60 arrived last week, just ahead of the storm. and another 50 from mississippi will be arriving over the weekend. >> these animals all need a loving home. we don't know everybody's background situation. they are innocent animals. they fled this awful hurricane. they could have been stuck there. we may not have ever met them and now they are here and this is their turn to have a second chance at life. >> for just $5 this holiday weekend, you can give one of these adorable animals that second chance. and rest assured the spca is making sure they are ready to go home with you. they have been vaccinated, spayed or neuters and microchipped. while the animals are coming, the supplies are going. >> we are a supply distributor for a year around the time of katrina. >> so right now with hurricane isaac, american textile recycling services is gathering everything from clothing and shoes to toys and blankets, sorting everything and then
name? a.) bernard darwin b.) an english seed merchant c.) an american rental truck company the answer is ahead in this hour of the wgn midday news. time for sports: the sox need to go on a run to make the playoffs now, but they'll have to do it against the rays... one of the hottest teams in baseball. jake peavy gave up just two runs in 7-plus innings. sox down a run with the bases loaded in the fifth... paul konerko grounds into a double play, but the tying run scores. it's still tied at 2 in the 9th... brett myers pitching, and he gives up the go-ahead home run to evan longoria. sox lose 3-2... their 8th loss in 9 games. the tigers swept the royals so they now lead by 2 games with 6 games left in the season. the cubs trying to avoid a sweep in colorado..... they're already down 3-1 in the second... former cub d.j. lamahieu hits a two run homer... chris volstad only lasted 3 innings. the cubs pull within two runs in the 9th... but with the tying runs in scoring position, anthony recker grounds-out to end the game. cubs lose 7-5, and tie a franchise record with 56 road l
house race, if anything? bernard whitman is a democratic pollster and author of "52 reasons to vote for president obama," and marc thiessen is a former speech writer for president george w. bush. and i want to -- we're going to get to another topic today because something we've been talking about with marc for more than a week now, couple of weeks has been a major development with the president and his daily intelligence briefs, um, and we're going to talk about that in a minute, but i want to start with this ad. it's no accident, bernard, that this is airing in florida where the jewish vote is significant, and not just the jewish vote, but the sort of pro-israel vote. and so, clearly, it seems aimed at those voters. but does it help one side or the other? >> well, it's certainly meant to try to help mitt romney. in fact, it's a desperate and, i think, quite inappropriate attempt to scare people and distort the president's record. the fact is, megyn, that barack obama right now is killing mitt romney among jews, nationally he's at 70-25%, it's virtually the exact same number that he
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claims for bernard madoff's $17 billion ponzi scheme says so far $2.5 billion has been returned to victims. >>> apparently undeterred by widespread complaints about apple's new map app, customers snapped up the first iphone 5s overseas this morning. >>> and finally, at this year's mad science mecca, two japanese researchers received the 2012 ignoble prize for their speech jamming device which echoes your voice back to you with a slight delay. only slightly annoying. >>> well, coming up, the giants crush the panthers, tigers tied for the lead and two major league teams clinch playoff spots. >>> plus, a grand slam blasts the yankees into a one-game first place lead. your early morning sports headlines are straight ahead. >>> and we're going to see more showers across the great lakes region. sunshine everywhere else. your forecast is coming up. you're watching "early today." have you heard of the new dialing procedure for the 408 and 669 area codes? no, what is it? starting october 20, 2012, if you have a 408 or 669 number, you'll need to dial 1 plus the area code plus the phone nu
by pollard. again, it's wes welker having a tremendous night. >> cris: bernard pollard was trying to scream at his defense back saying nobody is over here. we got a guy that led the nfl in catches last year and nobody guarded him for a give-away first down. they just screwed up the -- >> al: eight receptions and 142 yards and work on the clock. ravens with all of their time-outs and two-minute warning. toss to ridley. blocking out in front. administration is sifting through the trash is upshaw and stop for a two-yard gain. second down. >> cris: boy i tell you what, that is good hustle by the rookie right there coming all the way across the formation basically unblocked and able to get in on that tackle. athleticism they were hoping to grab for and they got it. >> al: second down and eight. harbaugh hoping for a stop here so he can take the time-out and preserve the other two. all three remaining. clock milked all the way down by brady and then he throws and that is incomplete. intended for lloyd. so they will have to use a time-out. the clock stops at 2:28. upcoming is a huge third down. >>
reasons to vote for obama," bernard whitman. gentlemen, welcome. >> thank you. megyn: and so, you know, is it a fair, is it a fair debate to be having, brad, when you heard robert gibbs say we have this magic invention called telephones, and you're president every minute of every day, you don't have to take advantage of being in new york city when the world leaders are there to engage in diplomacy and outreach. >> well, it's the tail wagging the dog. i know something about this. i scheduled the president for three years, george w. bush. and, quite frankly, we wouldn't have had time for "the view" because it would have been jam packed with bilaterals at the the waldorf to sit down with the president and have a discussion, something that you really can't accomplish on the other end of a telephone. there's no substitute to sitting down with a leader. and the other people that he brings to the meetingabout the . look, if everything was great in the world, you'd still want to have the kind of reaction and bilaterals you have with foreign leaders. the fact is we've just had the largest terro
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is uncommon, but the rates are increasing at a surprising rate. dr. bernard cohen is the director of pediatric dermtelling at the johns hopkins -- dermatology at the johns hopkins center in baltimore. ten years ago he never saw skin cancer in a child. now he sees a few cases a year. >> commensurate with the adult epidemic in skin cancer, children not far behind. clearly, people are getting more sun exposure. and kids are getting tons of sun exposure, particularly early in life. >> reporter: dr. cohen says it's not just melanoma that's on the rise, he's seeing more incidents of less serious basal and squ m squaumous cell cancer, as well. he believes genetics and more exposure to ultraviolet light are factors. >> i think some of the problem in children under the age of 12 is that we don't understand what it means for them lifelong. >> reporter: for example, the chance of recurrence after a melanoma be as high as 50%. but dr. cohen worries that in a child who has years and years left to live, that chance could be much higher. that's why melissa says she's constantly checking all of her children'
announced his retirement on thursday but it is not over yet but that win. he easily dominated austin bernard. does not want to go out yet. despite the sanctions against penn state, the football program will still go on. tonight at the pep rally. with an 15,000 people displayed their support. they are banding together showing some support. >> coming up, by thein the passenger seat at bank of america, we're continuing to lend and invest in the people, businesses, and organizations that call greater washington home. whether it's funding an organization that provides new citizens with job training, working with anan anacostia school that promotes academic excellence or supporting an organization that serves 5,000 meals a day across d.c., what's important to the people of greater washington is important to us, and we're proud to work with all those who are making our communities stronger. >> do not try this one the next time you want to drive a dented the hov lane. a woman tried to pass a teddy bear off as a passenger. she missed -- admits she was in a hurry
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